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Raw food vegans don't stink- the truth about body odor...

Lunch- slightly more than 1/2 lb macadamia nuts and a large tomato salad(1 pint cherry tomatoes, 2 medium chopped tomatoes, chopped parsley and chives

Dinner- 1 slice Miss Lillian's raw carrot cake

According to Mike Adams, raw food vegans have "the cleanest bodies of all."  Generally, raw food vegans do not have offensive body odor.  This is important, not just for social reasons, but for health reasons.  Offensive body odor is a signal of a diseased condition.  "Most people believe a lot of misinformation about body odor; they think the body just naturally stinks and that body odor is just a result of bacteria growth in your armpits. This is utterly false. The body doesn't just naturally stink."  Mike goes on to write "If your body stinks, that's a sure sign that there is something rancid going on inside, and disease processes are inevitably underway. Think about it: If you smell that bad on the outside, imagine what's going on inside!"

For the record, I don't wear deodorant.  I've never been told that I have a problem with body odor.  I've noticed that my natural body odor is closely linked to what I eat.  The more complex and ill combined my meals are, the greater the odor.

Posted on Tuesday, August 1, 2006 at 03:15PM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments1 Comment

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I am only raw-curious, but I must admit that ever since I went vegan (and I do eat a lot of raw food), my pits have smelled like roses.
August 1, 2006 | Unregistered Commenterurban vegan

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